March 19, 2016 | Baltimore, Maryland
How can public history contribute to local and national dialogues on race, policing, and incarceration? Facilitated by student and faculty participants of the Humanities Action Lab, a consortium of 20 universities working with community partners to create a national public history of incarceration, this workshop offers strategies for how students and institutions can: develop local public histories of incarceration; open dialogue on those issues today; and connect local projects to HAL’s ongoing dialogue on incarceration.
See full program: http://ncph.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/2016-Baltimore-Meeting-Program-web.pdf
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
202 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202